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Stevie Jewel

Stevie Jewel

Americana / Pop Nashville, TN  US
One In A Million
One In A Million
Tied To You
Tied To You
One Last Kiss (Seal the Deal)
One Last Kiss (Seal the Deal)
One Last Kiss
One Last Kiss


Tied To You (The Marshmallow Song) by Stevie Jewel Produced by Mama Jan Smith Official Lyric Video



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  • One Last Kiss (Seal the Deal)


Label: Bella

Manager: Cheryl Wilson

Bio: Stevie Jewel embarked on her performing career at a very young age with training at the Royal Conservatory of Canada, the Atlanta Academy of Music and at the Las Vegas Academy for the Performing Arts.

She is one of the youngest performers ever to have performed all over the legendary Vegas strip...See Full Bio

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Q: how long does it take you to write a song and then prepare it in the studio for release?

A: That's a really good question.....let me say that the creative process of writing a song can take years...or minutes. Sometimes a song has to be worked and worked to get it just right and other times, it just pops into your head and it feels like it's always been there just waiting to be written. The tricky part is deciding whether or not a song is ready or worthy of studio time. A studio can be very expensive, whether it's an outside studio - hiring the right sound engineer, producer, studio musicians etc. or even a home studio, there's a lot of time involved. Once the decision has been made to proceed, it's usually only a week or so and the song is ready for mastering (radio ready) and that can take another week or so. Printing CDs or digitally preparing a song for release involves the artwork - another week - if you're lucky. Short answer.....about a month.

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